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Perception and action: Approach to convergence on embodied cognition

지각과 행위: 체화된 인지와의 융복합적 접근

  • Received : 2016.07.01
  • Accepted : 2016.08.20
  • Published : 2016.08.28

Abstract

Space perception is generally treated as a problem relevant to the ability to recognize objects. Alternatively, the data from shape perception studies contributes to discussions about the geometry of visual space. This geometry is generally acknowledged not to be Euclidian, but instead, elliptical, hyperbolic or affine, which is to say, something that admits the distortions found in so many shape perception studies. The purpose of this review article is to understand perceived shape and the geometry of visual space in the context of visually guided action. Thus, two prominent approaches that explain the relation between perception and action were compared. It is important to understand the fundamental information of how human perceive visual space and perform visually guided action for the convergence on embodied cognition, and further on artificial intelligence researches.

Keywords

convergence;Embodied congnition;Perception-action;World model approach;Control law approach

Acknowledgement

Supported by : Dankook University

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